As promised on social media, I bring you today Spathiphyllum cochlearispathum or peace lilies, made with my trademark pistachio shells. As usual, they are super easy to make. If you would like to know more about Peace lilies, here's the Wikipedia link. Materials used: Pistachio shells (of course) Acrylic paint (I use this one) Craft... Continue Reading →
Today I bring you easy bottle decor with pistachio shells. Bottle decor is the in thing nowadays. People are decorating bottles of all shapes and sizes with colors, beads, clay, and whatnot. So, why not pistachio shells? So here is one that I made. Materials used: Glass bottle Jute strands Pistachio shells Paint Glue The... Continue Reading →
I found a piece of wood - a twig and brought it home. It was sturdy and lightweight and made me feel it had potential. What could I make with it? something pretty for myself. I toyed with the idea of a wardrobe accessory. I cleaned and brushed it; rubbed it with sandpaper. It definitely... Continue Reading →
For a while, I have been away from my nuttycraft. Life happened; Covid happened. But I have been saving my nut shells all along. Let's hope new nutshell items will come again soon. Meanwhile, here's something for you to enjoy. Bringing you a few of the sweet little jingles, which are a great gift to... Continue Reading →
How many of you have seen a banana flower? If you are city folk, you may'nt have seen it. This is what it looks like: Do you think you can make a pistachio shell replica of this? Here's how to make pretty little banana flower earrings with pistachio shells. Materials required: Pistachio shells - three... Continue Reading →
I came across a picture of this majestic bird, the American bald eagle, and felt it deserves a walnut shell replica.
The bitter gourd (or bitter melon, if you please) is here to take away your bitterness and lift your spirits during the Global lock down and isolation due to the corona virus! After all, what better way to ward off your boredom and loneliness than to indulge in your favorite, walnutshell craft? Hope you do... Continue Reading →